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CE Certification in Philippines

However, CE marking is a conformity marking that indicates compliance with European Union (EU) product safety directives and regulations.

Similarly to Sudan, the Philippines is not part of the European Economic Area (EEA), and CE marking is primarily applicable to products placed on the market within the EEA, including EU member states as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway.

If you intend to export products to the EU or countries that recognize CE marking requirements, you need to ensure that your products meet the applicable EU directives and regulations and undergo the necessary conformity assessment procedures.

Qualitcert or any other certification body may be able to assist you with conformity assessment services and guidance on meeting CE marking requirements for your products. However, you should also consider engaging with regulatory authorities or consulting firms with expertise in international trade and product compliance to ensure that your products meet the necessary standards and regulatory requirements for export to EU countries.

For products intended for the Philippines market, you should research and understand the regulatory requirements and standards applicable to your products in the Philippines. The Bureau of Philippine Standards (BPS) under the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is responsible for developing and implementing national standards in the Philippines. They may provide guidance on product certification and compliance requirements within the country.

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